Libertarian in the sense they would put power back in the hands of the people.
And I would call Gravel a libertarian Democrat.
PBS gave them time to explain their ideas and present arguments for minimal government intervention in peoples lives something the debate forums do not do.
|October 12, 2007|
|Paul Envisions Smaller Government, Less Global Intervention|
As part of an ongoing series of in-depth interviews with presidential candidates, Rep. Ron Paul, R-Texas, explains his vision of limited government, decreased U.S. intervention in conflicts abroad and details his stance as an anti-war Republican.
|October 1, 2007|
|Gravel Champions Power of the People|
In the NewsHour's latest in-depth interview with presidential candidates, former Alaska Sen. Mike Gravel explained that as president, he would put an end to the corruption of U.S. leadership by placing the power of lawmakers into the hands of the people through a direct democracy.
Mike Gravel Profile
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